Androgeos

(1988 BX1 )
CURRENT POSITION: 27 TAU 30
Incl: 31.44828
Eccent: 0.0667884
Period: 12.205447960476 years
AU 5.3009752
Type: 0009

Discovery Chart

21.1.1988 06:53 Palomar 116w51 33n21 observations 1

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Androgeos was a Greek warrior who led a detachment of Greeks into the burning city of Troy. There he encountered Aeneas {see planet  (1172)} in the company of other Trojan defenders. Androgeos and his detachment were set upon and killed, after which they were stripped of their armor by the Trojans, who then disguised themselves with it. It can be said that Androgeos supplied Aeneas and his men with tickets to safety. (M 22248)

Name and citation provided by Richard Preston at the request of the discoverers.

Avastatud: 21-1-1988 Avastamiskoht: Palomar Avastajad: Shoemaker, C. S.

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